About Center for Veterinary Pain Management and Rehabilitation
Elite Veterinary Practice in The Woodlands
We are an elite veterinary practice whose greatest commodity is hope. We partner with veterinarians and also help our clients directly. Our clients come to us with pets that have had surgeries, but are still limp. Or their pets may painfully shuffle through the house, their joints aching with arthritis. We see dogs who have had sports injuries, and also help recent amputees needing assistance with mobility and ambulation. In dogs and cats, injury and illness can result in pain and disability, causing suffering and decreased quality of life. If we manage their pain and reverse their disability with rehabilitation, we improve their quality of life. Our greatest desire is to return your pet back to a pain-free active life.
We utilize non-surgical methods to help improve our patient’s lives.
For many years, Dr. Rick Wall has been enthusiastically involved in the practice of physical medicine, rehabilitation and pain management in both dogs and cats. These years have been the most rewarding of his veterinary career, one which spans over thirty years.
The Center for Veterinary Pain Management and Rehabilitation believes that pets should not have limited options when it comes to pain management and rehabilitation.
We believe in a multimodal management of pain, which means that we employ numerous therapies and modalities in order to bring pets the relief they deserve.
We believe in aggressive physical rehabilitation to restore full function. We recognize the unique human-animal bond between our clients and their pets and we always respect our clients’ concerns regarding them.
“Putting The Pieces Back Together” is our motto. This is our principle goal for all our patients and their owners. Whether you are referred to us by your veterinarian or have found us on your own, we welcome you and your pet to the Center for Veterinary Pain Management and Rehabilitation. We help your pet regain their mobility and work to reduce their pain using non-surgical methods.
Canine Sports Medicine
Canine athletes are unique and so are their injuries. In addition to rehabilitation Dr. Wall also specializes in canine sports medicine. Athletic induced injury most often occurs in the soft tissues of the body, such as tendons, ligaments and muscle. Special examination techniques, diagnostic and treatment modalities are required to manage these injuries and restore optimum athletic performance. Returning the canine athlete to the competition they love is one of our primary goals.